Unearthing some guiding principles that will promote a sufficient and respectful engagement of people living with water in the Lagos context.
FUTURE CAPE TOWN | African architecture and the future African city – A review of the Design Africa symposium
The Design Africa Symposium was a compelling day of straight talk about the definition of an inclusive African city,
Spatial analysis of Bree Street in Johannesburg questions the universality of globalisation and reveals potential for new forms of urbanity to emerge
In an attempt to develop visionary perspectives for the future of Lagos, Nigerian experts and DASUDA launched a Lagos Lab earlier this summer.
Lagosians have become accustomed to the inherent problems that come with inadequate parking facilities and with the lack of adequate public transport, is the future looking bleak?
FUTURE CAPE TOWN | How visualising the newspaper history of a neighbourhood can shed light on the future
What can an archive of news articles tell us about the urban development of a neighbourhood. A student projects asks how mapping media history can unpack the development and social history of an area.
Can the internet connect citizens with decision makers? And, can this connection result in an improved city and quality of life for citizens? We review responses from our participants who participated in the Open City Lagos tweetchat.
A year before the opening ceremony of the 2016 Olympics, Rio de Janeiro is a city in an accelerated motion, rehearsing, training, driving, constructing , calculating and preparing for the biggest event in its history.
Bosun Tijani, an innovation expert in Nigeria, shares his thoughts on how economic expansion and innovation will transform the continent.
Ayo Denton heads to Tosin Oshinowo’s design studio in Lagos to have a chat about upcoming projects and grand architecture.